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RENAULT‘S Mégane Renaultsport is widely acclaimed as a benchmark hot hatch, but on the off chance it isn’t quite exclusive enough for some, here’s the answer – a new limited edition, the Mégane Renaultsport Red Bull Racing RB8.
The French manufacturer and Milton Keynes based Red Bull Racing celebrate their third Formula 1 Constructors’ world title with this limited edition which pretty well guarantees exclusivity – there will only be 30 sold in the UK.
Staged in the dramatic new Silverstone Wing building, the inaugural BRDC Silverstone Classic Dinner will take place on Friday July 26, almost exactly 50 years after Clark won the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on July 20, 1963 en route to his first World Championship crown. Open to members of the British Racing Drivers’ Club and Silverstone Classic competitors, the commemorative dinner will include special tributes to the Scotsman – a racing legend still widely hailed to be the greatest ever Grand Prix driver.
A REPORT from Nissan has helped dispelled the myth that all white van drivers are a breed apart….
The official launch of the Nissan Van Report says they do actually care about how they drive, and it came as Nissan debuted their 100 per cent electric eNV200 at the CV Show in Birmingham. The report gives an insight into the modern day professional driver and shows that they’ve got more in common with other motorists than we might have thought.
SILVERSTONE’S three day Classic in July is to stage a special tribute to racing legend Jim Clark.
It’s 45 years since the fastest farmer in the world lost his life in a meaningless Formula 2 race at Hockenheim, but his memory lingers on, and those who appreciate the sublime skills he brought to the sport will be eager to pay their respects to the two times world champion at the Northants track, where he won the last of his five British Grand Prix wins in 1967.
MILTON Keynes based Mercedes-Benz UK and its dealer network have achieved their best-ever record-breaking registration performance, according to figures released by SMMT.
March 2013 was the most successful in the company’s history, with 18,655 new cars registered – an increase of 15.4 per cent over March 2012.
The wraps came off the new RB9 to show a new revised paintjob for the 2013 campaign, as the team attempt to lift the constructors crown for the fourth consecutive year. And possibly take Sebastian Vettel to his fourth title in a row as well.